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  • W B Innes
  • Environmental science & technology
  • 1981
Since ozone reacts rapidly with nitric oxide (NO + O:< NO2 + 0 2 1 , NO controls would be expected to be counterproductive in controlling ozone levels. This study of the photooxidation process lends support to this view with respect to metropolitan areas. In the process of examining the relationships, the following subjects are considered: nature of the(More)
  • W B Innes
  • Environmental science & technology
  • 1985
Whole-fish samples include the viscera, which contains more lipid than does muscle tissue, as well as organs that concentrate organic contaminants. Connor was also advised of this in the cover letter that accompanied the material he requested. Inspection of Connor’s Figure 1 suggests that this caveat was ignored in calculating the risks associated with the(More)
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